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Gov. Christie Signs MAT and Student Recovery Housing Bills into Law

Governor Chris Christie signed into law two more bills that aim to ensure treatment for and recovery from substance use disorders.

S-2377/A-3719 (sponsored by Senators Peter Barnes and Joseph Vitale and Assemblymembers Nancy Pinkin and Raj Mukherji) requires four-year public colleges and universities to establish substance abuse recovery housing programs within four years.

S-2381/A-3723 (sponsored by Senators Ray Lesniak and Joseph Vitale and Assemblymembers Herb Conaway, Raj Mukherji, Shavonda Sumter and Angelica Jimenez) allows for the completion of a special probation drug court program with use of medication-assisted treatment (MAT).

"We remain firmly committed to confronting the stigma of drug abuse and addiction in the Garden State. These measures are another bold step to help people reclaim their lives," Gov. Christie was quoted in a press release issued by his office.

Click here for more information on these new laws.


Suggestions, Resources to Address Partial Care Transportation Challenges
During a recent meeting of the New Jersey Council on Access and Mobility Working Group, representatives from NJ Transit (NJT) and NJAMHAA member agencies shared information, recommendations and resources that could help partial care (PC) providers address the challenges of finding transpo...
NJ Expands Program for Children with Mental Health Issues
Currently, two "hubs", located in Camden and Monmouth Counties, offer integrated pediatric and psychiatric care for children. Fortunately, $2.4 million has been dedicated in this year's state budget to expand the program and, to date, 85 practices have signed up to participate in the prog...
2015 Fall Behavioral Healthcare Meeting
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2015 Case Management Conference
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Build Your Outreach Toolkit: Case Management Conference, Sept. 10th
NJAMHAA and the statewide Integrated Case Management Services (ICMS) Leadership Committee worked together to develop a dynamic and comprehensive case management conference, What To Do When...A Toolkit for Outreach Workers, which will be held on September 10, 2015 at the Pines Manor in Edi...
Everyone Can – and Should – Help Prevent Substance Abuse and Addiction
"We are all very aware of the steady increase in misuse and abuse of drugs, especially opiates and heroin, over the past several years. However, what some of us may need to learn more about are the critical action steps we can take to help prevent individuals from misusing and abus...
NJAMHAA Mourns the Loss of Dr. John Forbes and Alicia Nash
Following is a statement from Debra L. Wentz, PhD, CEO of the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies (NJAMHAA): Dr. John Forbes Nash, Jr. was not only renowned worldwide as an economist and mathematician, but also a giant in fighting the stigma against individu...
NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities Quality Improvement Survey
Please share the DDD Quality Improvement Strategy Stakeholder Survey on your websites, email lists and social media sites; and encourage Division stakeholders, particularly individuals and families, to take a few minutes to complete it as soon as possible but no later than the deadline of...
NJAMHAA Honors Providers, Legislators and Other Behavioral Health System Supporters
During its Annual Conference, Inspiring Progress, Seizing Opportunities, April 15-16, 2015, NJAMHAA held its Annual Courage & Compassion Awards Reception, welcomed new members to its Board and recognized Past Presidents and others who will be stepping down from the Board to pursue oth...
NJAMHAA Calls for Understanding the Risks of Drinking
On April 7, 2015, the media reported why Rutgers University banned all fraternity and sorority parties for the remaining weeks in the semester. By placing the ban on parties, Rutgers is making it publicly known that, as an institution, it does not condone the abuse of alcohol. It is joini...
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